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Posted: November 21st, 2013, 1:05am Report to Moderator

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Oh Hai SimplyScripts,

Anyone familiar with the cult classic know as The Room should check this out.
It's a fantastic book.
Well written from start to finish and the story that Greg Sestero tells should be of interest not just to fans of this cult movie but to anyone interested in the movie business.
I just finished it and this is not so much a review ( maybe later, hahaa) but a recommendation.
You MUST read this.

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Posted: November 21st, 2013, 4:55am Report to Moderator
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Read the first chapter or so on Amazon. Fascinating, entertaining, and eloquently written but really the experience speaks for itself. Working for Tommy Wiseau sounds like a full time job, to say the least. Dude is nuts.

Will have to check out the rest at some point.

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Posted: November 21st, 2013, 5:12am Report to Moderator

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It's gotten pretty stellar reviews so far. Kind of enticed to read it which is a rarity for me.
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Posted: November 21st, 2013, 6:52am Report to Moderator

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As a connoisseur of the work by Mr. Wiseau (my favourite work of his being the excellent short film, 'The House That Drips Blood on Alex': I will definitely be checking this out!

Read an AMA with Greg Sestero on Reddit a few months back, and he seemed like a really entertaining guy as well.

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Posted: November 21st, 2013, 12:58pm Report to Moderator

I got dipping sticks.

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Went to a booking signing/reading/Q&A two weeks ago and met Greg himself. He wasn't mean, but wasn't overly nice either. Regardless, I'm halfway through the book and it's incredible. Although it provides a lot of answers, it brings up even more questions.

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